Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR Top Ten Tuesday is a super fun weekly event hosted by the amazing blog The Broke and the Bookish where each week they post a new Top Ten list! This week its: Ten Bookish Settings I'd Love to Visit Middle Earth (The Lord of the Rings) Hogwarts (Harry Potter) Weep (Strange the … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit
**I received an e-arc of this book from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review** Review of The Hazelwood by Melissa Albert Genre: Fantasy, Fairytale, YA Publishing Date: (expected) January 17, 2018 Publisher: Flatiron Books Once upon a time, a young girl and her mother spent their lives running from a dogged … Continue reading Book Review: The Hazelwood
Given to the Sea: Given Duet Book 1 by Mindy McGinnis Given to the Sea orbits around an ancient tradition of sacrificing a young women, The Given, to the ocean every generation in order to stave off a violent wave that otherwise threatens to flood the kingdom. Before she can be sacrificed, she must give birth to … Continue reading Book Review: Given to the Sea
Amanda Hocking's newest YA Fantasy novel, Between the Blade and the Heart (the first in an expected duology), takes on Norse Mythology in a dystopic, unrecognizable United States where mortals and immortals live together, walking a delicate line of cohabitation in an attempt to keep the peace and strike an equilibrium between mortal and immortal … Continue reading Book Review: Between the Blade and the Heart
Hello lovelies! I hope you're all having a wonderful summer and getting lots of reading time in! School (I'm a teacher) is about to start up in a few short weeks, so I'm trying to take advantage of every second of reading time that I have right now. I didn't read nearly as much as … Continue reading Belated July Wrap-Up!
*I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley!* Mary Taranta’s Fantasy debut, Shimmer and Burn is not without its faults, but its page-turning plot, interesting characters, and superb villain kept me itching to find out what would happen next! While in some ways, the novel falls into some YA Fantasy traps … Continue reading Review: Shimmer and Burn (ARC)
A Mulan retelling set in Feudal Japan by one of my new favorite authors? I think yes!! I was so so excited to start this novel after finishing Renee Adhieh’s other duology, The Wrath and the Dawn. And now I am having a really hard time writing this review. I truly loved this novel. It was … Continue reading Book Review: Flame in the Mist